Washington terminal coming closer to reality
Tesoro Corp. and Savage Cos. saw an approving vote from the Port of Vancouver (Wash.) county commissioners for a new, proposed oil train terminal. The terminal would be 42 acres and would be capable of handling 360,000 barrels of crude oil per day. The new terminal would bring $4.5 million in revenue to the port annually. The proposal needs further review from the State Energy Facility Environmental Council, who will make a recommendation to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. Learn more from the Bismarck Tribune.